you're watching al jazeera america live from new york city. i'm jonathan betz, with a look at the top stories. pakistan condemns a u.s. drone strike that killed a leader of the taliban there. one politician threatening to cut off nato supply routes. >> he indicated anger and malice towards the tsa officers. >> investigators look at what may have motivated the fatal attack at los angeles international airport. >> two french journalists are abducted and killed in northern mali. the same area where the government helped to defeat those fighters months ago.
. pakistan's enemy number one is dead. hakimullah mehsud was killed in a u.s. drone strike along with four others. but the pakistani government and politicians are denouncing the killing, saying the strike derailed planned peace talks. >> the efforts have been ambushed. it was not acquired from the front. it was an ambush. we see it as an ambush. >> pakistani taliban fighters secretly buried their leader on saturday, but vowed a wave of rerevenge suicide bombings. some pakistani lawmakers are demanding that u.s. supply lines into afghanistan be blocked as a response. >> the chief minister is standing here with me.
they have decided that god willing the assembly will pass a unanimous declaration not to allow nato supply to enter the province until the drone attacks have been stopped. >> rosalind jordan joins us from washington with more on this. what are pakistani leaders accusing the u.s. government of? >> well, there are two things that the pakistani deposit is accusing the obama administration of doing. one of violating pakistani sovereignty by launching a military attack on pakistani soil without islamabad's permission. the other thing that islamabad is accusing washington of doing is essentially scuttling - that's the pakistani's word, an effort to broker peace talks with the taliban. the pakistani's are arguing with the death of hakimullah mehsud, everything that they have been trying to achieve has been put back to square one.
as a result the pakistani citizens will be at a higher risk of suffering from taliban attacks within the borders. >> hasn't the pakistani government been cooperating with the u.s. and the c.i.a. drone program all along. >> it's quite by assumed that the pakistani government has cooperated with the bush administration and the obama administration on the drone strike program. it's been the obama administration that has increased the frequency of the attacks - some would argue out of a sense that the pakistanis haven't been doing enough to crackdown on taliban and al qaeda activity within its borders. recently there was a front-page story in "the washington post" outlining in detail not just how much access the pakistani government tacetly was giving to washington, but the pakistanis were getting top-level intelligence briefings about the
targets and strategies used in deciding when to launch the attacks. it is worth keeping note, however, that pakistani citizens do not like the drone attacks. it is not surprising you would see a vociferous objection from the highest levels in the government because they have to find a way to placate the citizens. >> if it's killing someone who terrorized so many pakistanis, why the call for accountability? >> nawaz sharif, who was the prime minister, was re-elected to be prime minister. he's not been on the job for six months yet. so it is essential to his staying in power to say to pakistani citizens, i hear your concerns and fares, and i'm trying to -- fears and i'm trying to do my best to stand up to washington to prevent these attacks from happening. there was a family which travelled from pakistan to
washington to tell members of congress the impact of one drone strike on the family. they weren't the targets. they lost their grandmother in what could be described as collateral damage. it's something this terrified people and makes them feel they can't trust washington that says it was a close ally of pakistan. >> have we heard from the white house today? >> we have not heard from the white house, but a senior administration official who is telling al jazeera that while the administration can't confirm that hakimullah mehsud was killed on friday in this drone strike, or that khan said has become the new head of the pakistani taliban, the official goes on to say that in the u.s.'s few the pakistani taliban is an enemy of the united states, and so it will work with the pakistani government to try to bring it to heel.
>> rosalind jordan in washington. thank you. >> and sakhan said has been nam the new leader. we explain how and why he's been lected. >> this is the pakistani taliban's new leader. khan said is in his mid 30s. he was appointed by a council of senior taliban commanders, securing 43 out of 60 votes. some factions of the band -- banned organizations made up of 30 affiliated groups are pushing for other candidates to take the top job. khan said is well-known. he is thought to have planned an attack on a gaol in north-west pakistan, that killed 400 prisoners and an attack on an air force base. >> khan said was a trusted lieutenant of a former leader hakimullah mehsud who was killed in a drone strike on friday.
>> the interior minister condemned the c.i.a.-led strike saying the attack harmed the peace process getting under way between the government and taliban, and that u.s.-pakistan cooperation would be reviewed. many pakistanis are angry at what the c.i.a. did. >> translation: americans have no right to cause this destruction. i believe it was criminal >> translation: the person killed in the american drone attack was a muslim. he was our brother it should not have happened. there should be no drone attacks in the first place. >> translation: it makes the process of dialogue difficult when hakimullah mehsud is dead. taliban will not be ready for peace talks. dialogue can only take place when there's peace from both sides. >> privately the pakistani government, military will be
pleased with hakimullah mehsud's death. during his time as leader he was able to carry out several attacks against a state that claimed thousands of lives. there are a few details about the pakistani taliban's leader. some suggest that khan said is the most moderate of the contenders. his election, they insist, means that the peace process started by the government could possibly still go through. but with the pakistani taliban vowing to revenge the death of the former leader, hakimullah mehsud. it's all but certain there'll be more violence ahead of talks. >> we are learning new details about the suspect in yesterday's shooting at los angeles international airport. if convicted he could face the death penalty for charges of murdering a federal officer and committing violence at an airport. authorities say 23-year-old paul ciancia left a note at the crime scene indicating whom he was
targetting. >> the defendant paul ciancia - we are looking into his background. i know you have a lot of questions on his background. we are still examining that. that is an extensive process, it will take time. we do know, based on the complaint, that he - and based on evidence we reviewed - that he targeted specifically tsa officers. his intent was clear in his note - we did recover a note at the crime scene. in that note he indicated his anger and his malice - i would say - towards the tsa officers. there is a video of the accident as stated in the complaint. that video shows the defendant's activities during the crime yesterday. >> brian rooney joins us live from lax. what else did we learn today?
>> well, they are getting into this. one thing we don't know is exactly why he tarted tsa -- targeted tsa agents. we don't know that he had a bad experience or worked for the tsa. that is still somewhat of a mystery. someone who has not gotten as much mention is the man who was killed yesterday, the transportation security officer, gerardo i. hernandez, and his wife spoke. really, she was rather elegant and composed when she talked about her husband. >> he was a wonderful husband, father, brother, son and friend. he would have been 40 next week. i am truly devastated. we are all heartbroken and will miss him dealer. thank you very much. >> really sad to hear something like that.
so the fbi says that they are going to build a full profile of paul ciancia to see exactly what did drive him to do this. he's lived in los angeles about a year and a half, originally from pennsville new jersey. nobody yet has said that there was any signal that he was going to do this or it would happen. >> what happens next in the fbi's investigation? >> they'll go over - you know, where he lives, talking to his friends, his family, electronic communications, where he got the gun, how he got to the airport. we are told he was dropped off. probably the fbi knows who dropped him off. everything from a to b they will go over, including every shell casing, where the ammunition came from. if you think of it, they'll look into it. >> a lot of work to do and a lot of questions. >> healthcare.gov is going
offline for maintenance tonight in about an hour. that's the website used to sign up for insurance under president obama's health care laup. the department of health and human services said it will be down 9 o'clock eastern to sunday night at 9. people can sign up for insurance over the phone. >> metrologist dave warren. we have a big event happening tomorrow morning. this is a past eclipse. that's the shadow of the moon on the earth's surface. the agreesest eclips off the coast of africa. you'll see a scene like that there. there's an area along the north-east coast at sunrise, a partial eclipse, briefly seeing the moon in front of the sun. having a good view of that with
the cloud showing - clouds off the coast, skies will be clear. it will be chilly tomorrow when you wake up and the sun will come up an hour earlier thanks to the time change. sunrise about 6:30, turn the clocks back. it will be clear but cold. the solar eclipse will end. 30 minutes when you get the shadow. don't look at the sun. use caution, use a solar filter and welder glasses if you have them, or build a pinhole viewer. certainly a lot of information on that online. you'll see that in the east coast tomorrow. now, the cold air is coming in, we'll look at that with the national forecast later. >> that eclips is something to look forward to. cyber bullying is a major problem for teens. more on the national campaign that hopes to reduce it ahead. a unique way to feed the hungry. those stories and more ahead on al jazeera america.
honda is recalling nearly 400,000 mini vans. software problems could lead to sudden braking in 2007 and 2008 odyssey vans. replacement parts will not be available until next year. safety instructions will be sent by mail. >> a 12-year-old who committed suicide part of being bullied online has gained attention. now departments are looking to take a bullying campaign state wide. >> i have been called a boy because i had short hair. >> sara recalls how bullies teased her in the 7th grade. >> it had been going around school that people had been saying i should change my sex since i like short hair. >> i was bullied in the fourth grade because of my height.
>> bulliing is an issue in schools, not just in florida, in the country. >> now, students from miami beach high participates in the no place for hate workshop. an anti-defer mags play aimed at bullying. >> regardless of backgrounds or race, or gender, we have different problems, and those problems shouldn't overcome who we are. showing them that everywhere has problems, it's better for them to work the problems through. >> >> the no place for hate program was implemented in south florida school six years ago to promote zero tolerancism. >> making sure that bullying is stopped, addressing the issues before they escalate to serious issues like suicide and violence. >> in the case of rebecca
sedgwick, a 12-year-old who climbed a concrete tower and florida and jumped to her death. an investigation led authorities to file charges against two girls, ages 12 and 14, for terrorizing sedgwick through online message boards and text. >> the anti-bullying league plan to expand their program. experts believe by teaching kids to step in when they witness others being bullied is the best way to diffuse a situation before it escalates to the next level. >> it could be non-verbal - putting your arm around someone saying, "come with me." >> experts agree that teens who work tout teens can foster a bias free environment. sf >> hunger is on a lot of people's minds following the
cuts to the food program. sculptures are being made from donated food. architects and students are competing to collect the best sculptures, and they are hoping to collect 9,000 pounds of non-perishable goods to hand out. all righty. time for sport with darren hayes. a little health concern with the head coach of denver. >> john fox was hospitalized after feeling light-headed. fox was on a golf course when he experienced symptoms and was taken to a hospital. the broncos released a statement saying fox did not experience heart attack symptoms. they are on a bye this week. >> after the red sox won their title, their parade was a time
when tragedy became triumph. for the first time since the boston marathon, thousands lined the streets. it started from the green monster at fenway park, and ended at charles river. >> englands premier league stoke city's goalkeeper did something rarely seen - watch his back pass go down the field, cash wind and bounce high over south hamp tonne's goalkeeper. bagelvich scored the fastest goal ever. >> the match ended in a 1-1 draw. i'm darren haynes, that's a look at the sports headlines this hour. >> honey bees in canada are dying and putting crops at risk. some blame a nicotine based pesticide. many believe it is safe. >> this area is really a paradise for bees, a natural
vegetation, a huge amount of plant diversity. >> a third generation bee keeper, tibor is known for the quality of honey bees. for several years too many of his charges are devastated and dying. >> bees that were landing around the bee yard, sitting on planned leaves, hundreds of bees, running around in the grass, not coming home, twitching and spasming. it's a percentage of the colonies disappearing. >> beekeepers across central canada report similar losses. many blame a pesticide used on corn and soy beans based on nicotine in tobacco plants. many say it's safe. scientists found honey bees evolved as social animals protecting each other from des,
meaning less immunity to parasites and contamination and other insects. >> the center is becoming more and more expensive to keep honey bees. we'll reach is a threshold where it won't be worth it to maintain a colony, to see 40% die every year. >> bees do more than make money, they pollenate crops, ensuring harvest and robust plant genetics. whatever the reason for the honey bee deaths, consequences are worrying scientists. >> if we lose bees we lose the food supply. that is it. without bees we don't get fruits or a lot of animal feeds dependent on bee pollination. there are many things we'll lose. >> europe banned nicotine-based pesta sites. there are calls for canada to do the same until more research is
done. >> the bee colonies look healthy. ar several years beekeepers worry about the future of that industry. economically small, but vitally important in pollenating the crops we rely on. >> family and friends said goodbye to a space hero. scoti carpenter died this month and his furniture was hold. he's being remembered as one of america's first seven astronauts. >> scoti carpenter was one of the nasa's elite, chosen as one of the original "mercury" astronauts in the space race against the soviets. >> they were the first rock stars. >> it was the cold war, the american program struggled. scoti carpenter about and his colleagues were determined to win. >> it was a special time. obviously proud of dad for being
selected. >> candy was five when her father climbed into her capsule. the time is etched in her memory. i remember a lot of press, a lot of - cameras, wherever we went. and they handled it with great humility. >> scoti carpenter was at the nasa microphone in "62. giving this send off. "good speed, john glenn." the naval aviator would be next. the mercury astronauts represented a bold time. scoti carpenter was the epitome of the hero. >> he named his capsule after the street where he grew up. >> scoti carpenter not only explored space, he used his scientific knowledge in a
different way, conducting research at the bottom of the ocean. scoti carpenter spent 28 days living at the bottom of the pacific in the underwater colony sea lab. >> it was 300m below the surface, off the coast of california. it was a lab designed to test how long human being could live under water. he's the only person i know who is an astronaut and aqua naut. >> as friends, family and fellow astronauts say goodbye, scoti carpenter will find his final resting place on earth. >> what a magnificent long life he had of adventure, inquiry. he'll be greatly missed. more importantly he'll be valued for decades to come. >> scoti carpenter was 88 years old. t carpenter was 88 years old. >> still ahead - more on the u.s. drone strike that killed
. welcome back to al jazeera america. i'm jonathan betz. here are the top stories this hour: murder charges have been filed against the suspect of the yesterday's shooting at los angeles international airport. it left a t.s.a. officer dead. if convicted 23-year-old paul ciancia could face the death penalty. >> he made a conscious decision to kill multiple t.s.a. employees. he addressed them at one point in the letter and stated he, "wanted to instill fear into their traitorous minds".
>> the pakistani taliban killed hakimullah mehsud, killed in a u.s. drone strike on friday. his supporters vow a wave of revenge suicide bombings. the pakistani government denounced the killing saying the u.s. jeopardized peace efforts. we have more. >> this is seen as a major blow to taliban pakistan, which may have a struggle for power, succession. and a blow for the government of pakistan which was at an advanced level of preliminary talks. a delegation was supposed to arrive saturday to old talks. so the peace prospects are out of the question and the big blow is seen to be delivered. they will not be able to recover from this soon. it will be interesting to see if they go for punitive attacks
across pakistan. the government of pakistan asked the security forces to be an red alert. >> earlier i sat with david roweda, a pulitzer prize winning journalist suggesting the drone strike in pakistan is symptoms of a broad fear of al-qaeda and hurts the u.s. more than al qaeda itself. >> what is happening in pakistan is the level of anti-americanism is tremendous and is building public support for the pakistani taliban. >> the drone strikes. >> they are alienating the opinion towards the u.s. around the world. it hurts us and the counterterrorism effort. >> does it not help us? this recent drone strike this week, where a pakistan taliban leader who was been responsible for the deaths of thousands of pakistanis, is taken out. >> it would have been wiser to allow the peace talks to go forward. i don't think they would have worked. the taliban are radical.
it works with al qaeda. it would be better for taliban to see if there couldn't be a peace agreement with the pakistani taliban. now there's a sense that the united states has stopped, you know, a peace process that the taliban might have agreed to. there were talks twice before with the pakistani taliban. the timing was unfortunate. >> most americans hear about the drone strikes and the n.s.a. scandals. a lot of people shrug. what are they missing? what do they not get? >> they don't see the consequences of this. there are no drone strikes in the united states. that's one example. one thing i think is changing this the u.s. and one thing mentioned in the column, the t.s.a. has started a process of looking at people before they fly. they are going through government and private databases before going to the airport. they are looking at property records, private information to decide whether you should be allowed to board your plain.
as that comes home, they'll start to ask questions about levels of surveillance. >> germany and brazil are angry over spying allegations by the n.s.a. and ask the united nations to adopt a resolution ending tron ik spying. they say the illegal collection much personal data constitutes a personal act. the resolution will be voted on later in month. >> in loss lar are -- los angeles, a cirque du soleil performer is in hospital after slipping when performing the wheel of death. he was taken to hospital and will be released. it comes days after they were fined $25,000 for safety violation following the death of an artist in june. >> relatives of a woman gaoled for a punk protest in russia are worried about her welfare.
the husband of nadya tolokonnikova says he hasn't heard from his wife since being moved to a new prison. she and two others were imprisoned for staging a protest against vladimir putin at a moscow cathedral. >> nadya tolokonnikova has disappeared into what her family describe as a soviet-style ghul abbing system, after being transferred to a new prison on october 21st. they fear the russian authorities are trying to crush her spirit. she was held in the so-called penal colony number 14, several hundredkm east of moscow. >> al jazeera contacted her husband saturday night who said nadya was being cut off from the outside world and he was seriously worried. nadya tolokonnikova is reported to be in a weak condition after two hunger strikes. she staged them to protest the appalling conditions in which she was being hell. in a letter smuggled out of the
penal colony, she said inmates were forced to work 16 hour days in a sewing swaet shop and were treated like slaves. >> the authorities refused her request to be let out on parole so she could look after her five-year-old daughter. she was sentenced to two years in prison on charges of hooliganism after taking part in the pussy riot punk protest staged in the main cathedral. >> i just want to say a few words about pussy riot. >> the pop star madonna joined the international campaign calling for her release. the authorities in russia refused to listen to the pleas. her assistance is due to end in march next year. the russian prison system is supposed to inform relatives 10 days after a prisoner is moved to a new location. that deadline has passed.
>> protest for jobs and taxes continuing into the night. more than 10,000 people filled the streets. they face police using tear gas and watercanon, the government promised tax increases of $4 billion to reduce the deficit. tim friend was at the protest. >> several thousand in kampare and brittany are furious about the ecotax that the president, francis hollande wants to introduce. he's already backtracked slightly. he says he'll suspend it for more talks. but the people here want it scrapped altogether. they say it will jeopardise their livelihoods. brittany has been hit hard by factory closures maybe in the food processing business. they are being undercut by cheap
labour elsewhere in the european union. they are angry about germany who is undercutting them. the economy has taken a knock recently, and the focus of the protest has been on this ecotax. just a week ago there were violent clashes with the police, rubber bullets were fired, tear gas fired and the protesters hurled missiles at the police. there were several injuries. a couple of days later the president backtracked. as i say, suspended from further talks. protesters feel they have the initiative, they want him to go further and scrapped. they have been promised more state aid. they are still not happy. the speeches made here before a big march are voicing that anger. >> that's tim friend in france. >> movie theatres and arcades
will be closing. private theatre and gaming companies are unauthorised to operate and must shut doors. state-run businesses are valid in cuba. state theatres are less popular than private ones, which show hollywood block busters. >> in cairo, supporters of a popular tv comic took to the streets in protest of his removal. bassem yousseff is known as egypt's jon stewart. broadcasters say he violated editorial policy. fans say he's being censored for boking fun at the military. bassem yousseff's show will remain off the air. >> on the set, bassem yousseff is talking to a vendor selling cakes and chocolates decorated with pictures of general abdul fatah al-sisi. he asks if he has any of the interim president. the seller says he doesn't do
soccer players. bassem yousseff says he'll buy half a kilo. "what, you don't like sisi." bassem yousseff says, "i'll buy the lot." it's satire, but landed his program in trouble and the program has been taken off the air. >> the comedian has yet to respond. one of his production staff said there was nothing defamatory in the episode. it's not the first time youcef upset the authorities. he ended up in court in march for ridiculing mohamed morsi who were president at the time. the charges were dismissed. the state commissioner called for the decision to be overturned. >> mohamed morsi's removal from office was a coup, a journalist was taken off the air after indicating that.
>> what a blow to free speech in egypt after a resolution. that we have reverted back to pre-january 2011, the redlines are back, obviously the red line now is the military, it's untouchable. >> a free press is virtually nn existent. few among those working for the private or state media are willing or allowed to criticise. the foreign press has been instructed to call the ministry saying they'll be working each day. press freedoms are disappearing fast. >> in egypt we can't say that there is a complete freedom of suppression, freedom of speech. i don't think so. because in egypt now, i described the state of egypt.
the mekerfict era during the last century - only people have to be classified. whether you are against or pro or having the fear of last july. >> in his tweets over the summer, bassem yousseff said he was glad about the military coup. if he was hoping for a more positive reaction to his satirical barbs from the new man in charge he was badly mistaken. >> two westpoint graduates got married. it may not seem unusual. it was the military academies first wedding between two men. a small ceremony was held at the cadd et chapel. they had not known each other when attending westpoint, and both have left. two same sex weddings of women
took place at the chapel last year. >> earlier this week john siegenthaler sat down with actor writer george mckay and he talked about his life growing up gay. >> by the time i was nine or 10 i knew i was different in ways other than my face. the other boys would say, "sally's cute." or, "monica's hospital" i thought sally and monica were nice, but i thought bobby was exciting. none of the boys thought the way i did. i knew i was different. it wasn't the way i was supposed to be. so i was silent and pretended i was like one of them. >> you can watch the entire interview with george take. >> in "talk to al jazeera", airing: >> coming up in sport - a busy day in college football.
in new york police have begun securing the route for the new york city marathon. runners will take their mark. tightened security has been in place in the aftermath of the balme. the marra than -- of the boston marathon. the marathon was cancelled last year because of hurricane sandy. >> brian wilton waited years for this day to cox. >> i decided to train for the
new york marathon four years ago. it's been on my calendar, my to-do list, bucket list. >> training along the coastline he loves and as the captain of his town's water rescue team. >> i've experienced death and what the ocean can do, so i have had that respect. >> on the night hurricane sandy hit bell mar. brian was among the first to respond. >> i don't think anything could have prepared us for what we saw. when the storm hit there was a 15 foot storm surge that inundated the area. it was pitch-black, down wires, power was out. it was scary. cars floating around. you were hoping no one was in the cars. >> brian and his team scrambled to save his supplies. >> water in the room was waist deep, if not higher. we were able to bust down a door, swam in through the open bay door, and fished around in the pitch-black until we found the stuff we needed and carried
it out through the bay, so we can rescue people. >> they rescued families and whatever they could find. >> once we saw people on their front porches, essentially begging for help, we knew we had to go in. we leaded them in whatever we could get our hands on - kayaks, surfboards. >> brian was shocked at what happened to the boardwalk. >> it was lifted, piled on one side of the street. it's shocking to see a source of joy and happiness in a heap. >> brian's community rebuilt and brian built up his endurance to run the marathon. >> when i run along the boardwalk you can't help butt have memories, some destroyed houses are still destroyed. some of these houses are almost
back. >> finding out he qualified for the marathon this year meant more. >> i got an email from a friend on the water rescue team saying, "we got in." it's good news after a tough winter. >> for brian and others affectedly hurricane sandy, the journey felt longer than 26.2 miles - making crossing this finish line a sweeter victory. >> a big day in new york for the marathon. people running to honour the boston victims. >> it's a good cause. the boston marathon, because of the bombings, never had a chance to finish the race. so there's a lot of people, thousands of people that didn't get the chance to finish. it's good people are honouring these people who ran and are running tomorrow. >> boston was celebrating the red sox win and college football. >> the world series coming up, but college football - back in
2006 former michigan mike hart ner referred to rival michigan state as a little brother. sticks and stones may break your bones, those words never hurt the michigan state football teams, ever since the comment the wolfer eens are winless. score tied at six, connor cook finds benny fowler. 252 passing yards, one touchdown, one interception. all games in defense proved why they are number one in defense, holding the wolfer eens to minus 48 yards, rushing the worst o output in michigan history. >> let's jump to the fourth. under three minutes - nsu puts the nail in the coffin. >> 40 yard touchdown, langford. 29-6, a lopsided win.
>> ohio's coach hasn't lost a game in 35 months. things didn't go well. that's not good. danny etling's pass intercepted. then on ohio state's second play from scrimmage, different story. braxton miller to jeff. produced defense mia. 40-yard touchdown. ohio state extending to 21 games, ball game. how about big 10 action, penn state and illinois back on track after losing last week. penn state kicker sam from 35 yards out. game tied at 17. we go to overtime. christen on third and call carder coming up big with his first touch down catch. 24-17. now it's illinois's turn.
nathan schillehouse's pass. intercepted. fights and holds on to win 24-17 in ot. >> they are resilient. we have a great bunch of kids. they come back every week, work hard. i'm proud to be their head football coach. >> wisconsin and iowa looking to break their record. joel stavy to jacob petersen - dude get off me. badgers up 7-6, staffy pitch and catch to gurr around abederus. the badgers win 28-9. >> we kept competing, doing what we do, getting the run game going, made a couple of plays. i'm proud of the kids.
they fought like crazy, we didn't have one of the kids. tyler dippall has a serious situation. dip, we love you and we are coming home with the trophy. >> not re damn, against a military branch. irish up 17-14. reece wheels and deals to ben colliak, putting a 17-yard touchdown. tommy reece, two scores, to imts. watch out here are the midshipman. matt aitken for six. navy is back up three. the irish keep fighting. a good day for false. notre dame wins. fourth consecutive winning season since 1998.
>> navy played a good game. we had to be plauless in the second half. we came up with two stops. that was the difference. a few weeks back here our defense saved us. our offence was out today. navy - hats off to them. >> the number 14 game hosting mississippi. connor shaws dips one. game cocks up 24-10. ben connor shaw sharing the love with derelle for the 4-yard strike. four touchdown passes. 15 straight home victories. >> florida hosting georgia. running back scored twice, missing more than a month with an angle injury. one of those, "eat my dust", rushing for 100 carries.
>> fourth quarter florida down 23-12, in the red zone. tyler murphy takes a snap, "i'll do the honours." later in the fourth, murphy drops into the defence, coming up huge. gets the stack 23-20 the final. >> the red sox win its third series title in 10 years. today's parade held a different meaning. it was a time when tragedy became triumph in the city of boston. the parade started from the green monster at fenway park and ended at the charles river. it had a touching moment at the boston marathon finish line where three were killed. 25 duck boats carrying the players stopped at the finish line, where one of the players placed a world series trophy and david ortiz won the final yards
to the finish line. it was their eighth world series title. that is a look at sports. >> that's a nice tributable ute on the finish line. david ortiz is going to lose his lucky beard. >> a lot of guys will lose the beard. >> they should keep is around. the world championship of beard and moustaches was held. there was no room for peach fuzz or stubble. more than 300 well-groomed participants from 20 countries travelled to germany. some categories included best freestyle, most factional beard and the best sideburns. the championship competition takes police every two years. we'll enrol you in the competition next year. you better start preparing. >> i better start now. i'm not growing any. >> a blank slate. a moustache will look good on
the smoke blanket in sydney australia as firefighters battle brush fires burning west of the city. the sydney harbour bridge there and opera house were barely visible. the smoke set you have hundreds of smoke alarms sending pollution levels soaring 15 times above normal. for weeks fire crews have been trying to control the flames. more than 40 fires are burning. with weather closer to home. let's have a look at that. >> we are talking about cooler temperatures, a warm up stormy weather to the north-east. one moves out. another approaching from the west. first from the east - a few showers popping up. a few light showers, dying down tonight. skies will clear, but the temperatures will drop. as soon as the skies clear up, there's 60 barely washington
dropped to 58. away from the i-95 into the 30s, freezing. that is tomorrow morning. chill in the air for the new york marathon. clear but warming up. only up to 47 degs by 3 o'clock in the afternoon. that's cold air. rebounding with the temperatures like today. cold air from the north. temperatures down. as the wind dies down on monday, down to the freezing mark along i 95 into the 20s in mork. >> temperatures are dropping because we have cold air moving in. the low bringing the stormy weather, off the coast of eastern canada, high pressure building in. the difference between the hoe and high getting the north-east wind, bringing in the cold air, dropping overnight tonight and tomorrow. wind picking up. windy and cooler tomorrow. doesn't stick around long. warm air returns. warming from texas to the
dakotas, ahead of a storm approaching the north-west. temperatures rebounding. by tuesday and wednesday back into the '50s and '60s. dry until thursday. rain in the forecast with a high of 64 on thursday. warmer weather coming up on the southern plains to the northern plains, north and south dakota seeingle warm up, working east. in the north-west it's a storm moving in. bringing moisture in from the ocean, and higher elevations starting to see snow. winter storm warnings and weather advisories. there are the valleys. what is coming down is rain. accumulating snow in the mountains and higher elevations. in the north-west levels will drop and snow will reach the valley floor. winter weather advisories in the north-west over the next few days. that's the weather. headlines coming up.